The future of Texas' rivalry with Texas A&M is far from promising. The two schools haven't met on the gridiron since 2011, and both teams have filled their respective non-conference slates through most of the next decade. So Texas' student body is taking things into its own hands. Student body president Alejandrina Guzman and vice president Micky Wolf announced Tuesday their student government will host a vote to rekindle the Lone Star Showdown. "For generations, UT students enjoyed the Texas v. Texas A&M Rivalry game before it was stopped in 2011," Guzman and Wolf said via email. "Now, you have an opportunity to help bring it back ... Together, we can reinstate this rivalry football game so that all generations of Longhorns will be able to experience it."
Texas student body hosts vote to rekindle rivalry with Texas A&M; Tom Herman approves
Dallas Morning News | Sep 29